Modern Spanish Dramatists: A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook

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MODERN SPANISH DRAMATISTS

A Bio-Bibliographical Sourcebook

Edited by

MARY PARKER

GREENWOOD PRESS

Westport, Connecticut • London

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Table of contents

Table of contents

  • Title Page ii
  • Contents v
  • Preface ix
  • Acknowledgments xiii
  • Introduction - Modern Spanish Dramatists 1
  • Notes 43
  • Carlos Arniches Y Barrera 47
  • Fernando Arrabal 56
  • Max Aub 65
  • Bibliography 73
  • Sergi Belbel 75
  • Jacinto Benavente 86
  • Notes 100
  • Antonio Buero Vallejo 102
  • FermÍn Cabal 113
  • Alejandro Casona 123
  • RamÓn de la Cruz Cano Y Olmedilla 141
  • Ana Diosdado 158
  • Bibliography 168
  • JosÉ Echegaray 171
  • Antonio Gala 186
  • Antonio GarcÍa GutiÉrrez 203
  • Federico GarcÍa Lorca 212
  • AgustÍn GÓmez-Arcos 226
  • Juan Eugenio Hartzenbusch 238
  • Enrique Jardiel Poncela 263
  • Bibliography 273
  • JosÉ LÓpez Rubio 275
  • Francisco MartÍnez de la Rosa 287
  • Manuel MartÍnez Mediero 301
  • JosÉ MartÍn Recuerda 315
  • Alfonso Paso Gil 328
  • Notes 335
  • Paloma Pedrero 337
  • Benito PÉrez GaldÓs 348
  • Duque de Rivas (angel de Saavedra) 366
  • JosÉ MarÍa RodrÍguez MÉndez 387
  • Concha Romero 396
  • Pedro Salinas 407
  • Jaime Salom 425
  • Bibliography 432
  • Alfonso Sastre 436
  • Miguel de Unamuno 449
  • RamÓn del Valle-InclÁ N 460
  • JosÉ Zorrilla Y Moral 474
  • General Bibliography 485
  • Index 519
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